The amount of oil the engine of a Jetta holds ranges from 4.5 quarts for a 1.8 to 2.0 liter engine to 6.3 quarts for a 2.5 liter engine. Volkswagen provides owner's manuals for specific vehicles at knowyourvw.com. The site requires a valid VIN.
The Jetta was created by adding a conventional trunk to the Golf hatchback and making some front-end and interior changes. Six generations of body styles have been made since its inception in 1979. As of April 2014, it was Volkswagen's top selling model, having sold more than 14 million. It is the first car to receive permission to use an official government logo from Mexico.Learn More
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